Tom Hutchison


86 games reviewed
76.3 average score
80 median score
62.8% of games recommended
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There’s not much by the way of emotional connection to this game. It’s old-fashioned, cliched in its storytelling and I found myself constantly hitting the skip button to get to the actual fighting.

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Mar 3, 2022

Chocobo has a couple of key differences but nothing that really reinvents the wheel. It’s a very solid race game but I suspect once Mario’s new Booster Pack DLC drops with more than 40 old kart tracks this may well fall into the back of the memory.

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Mar 2, 2022

Overall, the best racing game on the PS5.

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Mar 1, 2022

Not a great title for single-players but definitely easily pickupable gaming fun for one of those lighter evenings with friends.

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Feb 23, 2022

It has been equal parts a pleasure and hell to play Elden Ring. Because this is an amazing game and the developers have built a mind-boggling but nightmarish world to live and fight in.

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Feb 14, 2022

After a strong 2021, Sony is hoping to capitalise on its growing first-party exclusives catalogue on the PS5 with a follow-up to 2017 hit Horizon: Zero Dawn - and they've pulled it off.

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Feb 3, 2022

Roll7 have done a cracking job here, providing a fresh-looking, fast paced video game with tons of replayability. It’s slick, speedy, plays well and addictive and embraces the weird, wonderful and diverse side of skateboarding culture. This is a game all about going on a road trip with your friends, finding crazy spots, pulling mad tricks and skating everything in sight.

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A game that leaves you with a constant but strangely addictive edge-of-the-seat sense of stress like a strong horror movie.

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It is well worth another play, and will give you the better part of 20 hours of fun again. But be prepared, the newness of it lies within little tweaks here and there, rather than major changes and new gameplay. You’re ultimately playing the same games from yesteryear but now at the very peak of their powers.

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Ultimately, this is a difficult, stressful game, but a fun one if you can pull off some epic stealth takedowns and are happy to quietly chip away at a mission, rather than go in all-guns-blazing.

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Jan 7, 2022

But as a package, this is a nicely put-together game and a great little addition to the Game Pass’s ever-growing library.

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Dec 15, 2021

Overall, this is the best day one first-person shooter of the year and will only evolve and improve more as the developers tweak it. You’ve an awesome open world to explore for the first time in the franchise and a top-level multiplayer suite to battle endlessly through during the cold winter months. Well done Xbox.

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There’s a fair bit of texture popping in and out of scenes, load times can be quite long and sometimes the game can jar between cut-scenes. At worst that is a real distraction, however the story remains gripping enough that it never really ruins things for the player.

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Well worth a look if you like to test your mental mettle.

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Nov 30, 2021

Is it a fun classic side-scroller that’s worth £17 of your money? Yes, if you like or liked these games and want something both fresh and classic all in one joyous colour bundle.

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Nov 22, 2021

Overall, a decent shooter that feels a little too overblown for its own good. It’s best elements lie in the past but there’s plenty here to get your teeth into and potentially dozens of hours of multiplayer fun for the winter months.

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It’s a great shooter game, CoD always is, but its not the best in the series and the overly used WW2 backdrop is wearing thin.

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Oct 28, 2021

Older players who may remember the original titles will get that nostalgic feel. And even non-gamers will find this easy to enjoy. Great family fun.

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Overall, this is a brilliantly fun, wild and upbeat action ride.

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If you played the original and feel ‘done’ with it, there may not be enough big tweaks to bring you back for another go. But the upgrade price point is good and it’ll definitely appeal to those gamers who missed out on playing the original and now fancy jumping in on PS5

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